Nietzsche, Notes (1888)

[The End]

“Against that positivism which stops before phenomena, saying “there are only facts” I should say: no, it is precisely facts that do not exist, only interpretations.”

4 thoughts on “Nietzsche, Notes (1888)

  1. That’s quite a good plan except that’s where the problem is, I don’t know what the dream is so how can I dream it?

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  2. Everyone wants to be so sure and assured in their own interpretations. There’s no harm or wrong in being unsure or saying I don’t know.

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  3. Unless of course the interpretation leads to crazy genocide type fundamentalist faith (all faiths) excuses for headcase behaviour of course …

    But, philosophically speaking, everything is relevant and personal to our own experience, an open mind is the one thing we can try to strive for – perhaps this is the answer to humanity’s issues?

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